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Greenville on List of Southern Living's 'Best Cities'

Greenville on List of Southern Living's 'Best Cities'

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCSouthern Living magazine released its "South's Best" lists for a second year, and Greenville is feeling the love.

Greenville, which is becoming a perennial favorite on best of lists, is no. 5 on the 'South's Best Cities' list in 2018.

Southern Living polled readers for the second year in a row about the best of the South, with voters weighing in on categories ranging from cities to small towns to desserts and breweries.

Thirty-two thousand readers responded to the survey, according to a tweet from the magazine.

Greenville joins Charleston as the only two South Carolina cities on the best cities list. Aiken and Beaufort landed on the best small towns list.

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Apartments That Offer Top Amenities

Apartments That Offer Top Amenities

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, September 13, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCThe top four community amenities shown below are based on feedback from our customers and industry research. Not surprisingly, all of these amenities focus on the lifestyle that individuals want.

Active Living

Staying active and healthy is an important part of the HHHunt lifestyle. That priority is why our communities include an abundance of active lifestyle amenities. Our apartment communities, for example, boast cutting-edge fitness centers, such as Abberly Market Point in Greenville, SC. These amenities have become very popular and highlight the demand for active living.

Social Spaces

Belonging to a community is about more than an apartment. What makes a community special are the people who call it home. Social spaces for neighbors to gather together and make lasting memories will be a top amenity trend this year. This trend gained momentum in recent years and will be even bigger in 2018. Despite the influx of virtual social spaces, people still crave face-to-face interaction. Community pools and clubhouses that are designed to encourage gatherings are popular features.

All About Pets

We can’t forget about pets because they are truly members of our family. Pet amenities are increasingly requested in new communities. Our apartments in Greenville, SC include a beautiful and spacious dog park.

Green Features and Outdoor Spaces

Similar to the focus on active lifestyles, residents in our apartment communities are looking for green features, such as open outdoor spaces that can be used for enjoying a picnic or playing with friends. Walking trails and paths are very popular as well.

These are the four big trends in community amenities that we’re seeing for 2018. As we noted above, the common theme among them is encouraging active and social lifestyles.

We believe it’s how you live that matters and choosing the lifestyle that best suits you is important. Finding a community to call home that includes the amenities you desire most will make your home even more special.

For more information on apartments that have all of these amenities and more contact Abberly Market Point.


Upscale Apartment Homes in Greenville, SC

Upscale Apartment Homes in Greenville, SC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, September 05, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCAbberly Market Point consists of seven buildings with a total of 246 upscale apartment homes. The community is in walking distance to many great amenities including restaurants, shopping, entertainment and Whole Foods.

Abberly Market Point includes one, two and three bedroom apartment homes that boast granite countertops, hardwood inspired flooring, decorative lighting, oversized patios or balconies and open floor plans.

greenvilleSimilar to many other HHHunt apartment communities, Abberly Market Point offers a variety of luxury features and amenities such as:

  • 6,500-square foot resident clubhouse
  • Resort-style saltwater pool
  • Poolside outdoor kitchen and lounge
  • Grilling station and fire pit
  • Bocce ball court
  • 24-hour Adrenaline Fitness Center
  • Starbucks coffee bar
  • Internet café with iMac and HP computers
  • Billiards lounge and more

Both cats and dogs are welcome at Abberly Market Point and receive extra attention and pampering at the new dog park and pet spa.

For more information on apartments in Greenville, SC, contact Abberly Market Point.


Greenville is A Best Place to Live in South Carolina

Greenville is A Best Place to Live in South Carolina

Joseph Coupal - Monday, August 27, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCHave you ever looked around your hometown and wondered if there was something better waiting for you out there? Are you planning on moving to South Carolina and wondered where are the best places to live? Are you looking for a city that has the best entertainment, the best schools, the best affordability, a good place to retire, or a low crime rate? If so, then Beaufort, SC may interest you. This town has it's own attributes that make it special and unique.

Greenville, SC:

The city of Greenville is bursting out of it’s box! The downtown development has become known state-wide making other places just a bit jealous. It ranks in the top 10 in amenities and entertainment value. It also has one of the lowest unemployment rates of South Carolina along with one of the lowest sales tax rates.

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Residents of Greenville, SC Live in One of the World's Best Travel Destinations

Residents of Greenville, SC Live in One of the World's Best Travel Destinations

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCGreenville residents looking to go to one of the world’s best travel destinations for 2018 only have to step out their front door.

Travel + Leisure magazine named Greenville one of its 50 Best Places to Travel in 2018. Other places on the list include international sites such as Buenos Aires, Argentina; Los Cabos, Mexico; Egypt; Marrakesh, Morocco; Fiji; Zambia; Toronto, Canada; Greenland; and Pyeongchang, South Korea; and domestic destinations Walla Walla Valley, Wash.; San Antonio; the Berkshires, Mass.; and New Orleans.

Travel + Leisure touted Greenville’s downtown restaurants and hotels.

“Once a sleepy second fiddle to Southern culinary powerhouses like Charleston and Nashville, Greenville is stepping into the limelight with hot new restaurants,” Travel + Leisure said. The magazine specifically mentioned Husk, chef Sean Brock’s newly opened restaurant, and Jianna.

Being named a top travel destination could help with another list the city and Greenville County made — RewardExpert’s list of best places to invest in a winter vacation home. Greenville was listed in the top 5 in the South Atlantic region based on real estate and economy, attractions and amenities, transportation infrastructure, and hazards to property and person. Franklin County and Apalachicola, Fla.; Watauga County, N.C.; Avery County, N.C.; and Buncombe County and Asheville, N.C., were the other top 5 South Atlantic picks.

While the other South Atlantic destinations on the list highlight the outdoors, Greenville’s does not.

“Not all vacationers are equally outdoorsy. For those interested in culture and the arts, Greenville, S.C., is your choice in the region for an affordable vacation property that will hold or grow in value,” the RewardExpert profile said. It cites the city’s population growth, yearly property value appreciation, and restaurants as reasons for the ranking.

Imagine living here? For more information on apartments in Greenville, SC contact Abberly Market Point.


Greenville, SC is a Great Place for Millennial Job Seekers

Greenville, SC is a Great Place for Millennial Job Seekers

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCAlthough the Great Recession hit South Carolina harder than most places, recent economic indicators show the state is making some headway, if slowly. While the unemployment rate hasn’t budged much in the past year, millennials here are primed to find jobs.

Young adults, or millennials, in South Carolina are attracted to the laid-back Southern lifestyle, coastal towns, thriving cities and lower rents throughout the state.

Some of the most successful businesses in the Palmetto State are in sectors such as aerospace, alternative energy, automotive manufacturing, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, distribution, food processing, forestry and wood products, plastics and chemicals as well as recreation, according to the state Department of Commerce. The Charleston metropolitan area, in particular, is seeing a rise in its millennial population as the tech industry moves in.

NerdWallet crunched the numbers for 66 cities and towns in South Carolina to determine the best places for millennial job seekers.

Best places for millennial job seekers in South Carolina

5. Greenville

In Greenville, a city in upstate South Carolina, millennials make up 28% of the population. Residents here are fortunate to see some of the lowest rents on our list at $749 a month. The biggest employers in Greenville include Greenville Health System, School District of Greenville County, Bon Secours St. Francis Health System, Michelin North America, GE Power & Water, as well as the county, state and federal governments. The city, located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is famous for its unique Liberty Bridge and quaint, revitalized downtown. Several festivals are held every year including events dedicated to arts and crafts, comedy, comic books and science fiction, STEM activity, culinary arts and Shakespeare.

For more information on apartments in Greenville, SC contact Abberly Market Point.


Greenville, SC is One of The Best Cities in the US

Greenville, SC is One of The Best Cities in the US

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCThe most exciting travel story in America right now? The resurgence of cities large and small.

Nat Geo Travel is passionate about tales of urban renewal, about communities that have collaborated to improve their Main Streets, about smart cities that have pursued development policies that produce happiness.

They've identified the top U.S. small cities based on unconventional metrics that lead to happiness: green spaces, galleries, coffee shops, breweries, music venues, Instagrammable moments, and more.

Next we sorted U.S. cities into three groups based on their population: 40K-100K, 100K-200K, and 200K-600K.

They combined core statistics with social media data on nightlife, culture, restaurants, and the like to determine the city leaders for each population group in categories from meatiest (lots of steakhouses and delis) to greenest (most parkland), based on per capita results.

Happy places for locals are also rewarding places for travelers.

#11 Greenville, South Carolina

Now known for its start-up spirit and urbane downtown, Greenville makes our hot list for its number of butchers, delis, and steakhouses. Savor a steak at Halls Chophouse, then head to Falls Park, where a nearly 40-foot natural waterfall churns just off Main Street, and a pedestrian-only bridge curves gracefully overhead.

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Greenville, SC: One of the South's Best Cities

Greenville, SC: One of the South's Best Cities

Joseph Coupal - Monday, July 30, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SC With everyone and their mama booking stays in picturesque historic neighborhoods and making reservations at the buzzed-about new restaurants, sticking close to home has never sounded so good. Southern cities are making a name for themselves as vibrant hubs of incredible regional cuisine, culture, music, and design. Not only are some fresh new Southern cities stepping onto the scene, but some longtime favorites are back and better than ever—a testament to their lasting power and effervescent draw. Travelers are flocking to the South in search of our signature food, drink, and scenery; and all we can think is, who can blame them?

In these Southern cities, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a meal you don’t love or a historic square that doesn’t permeate charm and tradition. Experience firsthand the classic and debonair flair of Savannah and Charleston; the young and industrial spirit of Nashville and San Antonio; or the quirky and laidback attitude of Asheville and Chattanooga. Take a stroll through cobblestone streets that might feel European, but definitely smell of the smoky aroma of barbecue or the sweet scent of blooming magnolias. Sit a spell on a sunny day along the river with an iced tea or at the brewery with a cold one. Odds are, you’ll run into a few old friends, and make a few new. These cities are the blood running through the veins to the heart of the South. From a glance, it might seem too good to be true; but trust us when we say that each more than lives up to the hype.

Southerners have hometown pride stronger and truer than the tides, and we have the pleasure of feeling that pride for the whole region. On the list of the South’s best cities for 2018...

#5. Greenville, SC

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South Carolina is the BEST State

South Carolina is the BEST State

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCHome is where the heart is. Whether you’re currently living in South Carolina or have lived here in the past, there’s no doubt your heart is in the Palmetto State. That’s because South Carolina is the best place to live in America.

What is it they say? “You can take yourself out of South Carolina, but you can never take South Carolina out of you.” Here are 16 reasons why South Carolina is the best state.

1. We definitely have some gorgeous mountains...
and the views to match!

2. More than 20 of the most amazing beaches you've ever seen...
all within hours, or even minutes, from your front door.

3. With 47 South Carolina State Parks...
you can pick a new one to explore every weekend!

4. Everyone is dedicated to historic preservation.

5. The people in South Carolina are the heart and soul of this great state...
and that truly makes South Carolina the BEST place to live.

6. Great patio dining spots...
make the arrival of Spring even sweeter.

7. South Carolina has some of the BEST Main Streets in the country!

8. And waterfront dining all over the state with great views...
makes South Carolina a great place to live or visit.

9. We have the BEST sunrises...

10. and best sunsets in the world!

11. South Carolina is full of secret spots in nature where you can just relax.

12. There are countless places in the Palmetto State that will bring out the explorer in anyone.

13. South Carolina is home to the BEST restaurants.

14. And amazing camping spots for the whole family.

15. SC has lots of gorgeous lakes for loads of fun this summer.

16. And a beautiful scenic drive is never too far away.

What do you think?

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Only In Your State

Homeownership in Retirement can be a Dangerous Prospect

Homeownership in Retirement can be a Dangerous Prospect

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCDespite the benefits of homeownership, there's one huge drawback to owning property in retirement, and it's committing yourself to a variable expense while living on a fixed income. Even if your mortgage itself is paid off by the time you enter retirement, you'll still have property taxes to contend with. And those have a tendency to rise over time, even during periods when home values don't follow suit.

There's also maintenance and repairs to think about, and that's where a lot of retirees who own homes get into trouble. The average homeowner spends 1% to 4% of his or her home's value on standard annual upkeep. Now being a retiree doesn't automatically mean you'll own an aging home. But if yours is on the older side, you should plan on hitting the top end of that range, which could really eat into your limited budget.

Furthermore, while that 1% to 4% range applies to regular maintenance, it doesn't include major repairs that could spring up on you without notice. I'm talking about things like your heating system going kaput or a pipe bursting in your basement -- expenses that could really hurt you financially when your income doesn't allow for too many surprises.

And there lies the danger of owning a home in retirement: You just don't know what to expect. And while renting certainly isn't without risk -- you could see your rent go up from year to year or find yourself suddenly on the hunt for a new home when your landlord unexpectedly decides to sell -- when you rent, you lock yourself into a fixed cost for the duration of your lease. Sign a series of long-term, affordable leases, and you eliminate much of the worry that comes with owning.

Ultimately, the decision to own a home during retirement boils down to how much risk you're willing to take on. If you love your home, adore your neighborhood, and don't want to deal with the hassle and uncertainly of renting, then by all means, stay in your home. Just make sure you have a decent chunk of savings -- both emergency and otherwise -- to protect yourself from the various unknowns involved.

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